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The Orange Balloon Dog

The Orange Balloon Dog

April 2017

A lively examination of today’s contemporary art market, where prices are driven by complex political ...

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One Hell of a Ride

One Hell of a Ride

August 2009

“This book could just as easily have been called One Hell of a Read.”—National Post

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Bubbles, Bankers & Bailouts

Bubbles, Bankers & Bailouts

February 2009

An affordable guide to keeping your job, protecting your interests and not panicking in 2009.

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Why Mexicans Don't Drink Molson

Why Mexicans Don't Drink Molson

August 2008

A cautionary tale about Canadian business the Globe and Mail called “one of the year’s most important ...

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One Hell of a Ride

One Hell of a Ride

August 2008

The hell-bent-for-leather story of helicopter magnate Craig Dobbin, a larger-than-life figure and one ...

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Ikonica

Ikonica

May 2008

A stylish, provocative look at the tremendous—often invisible—success of Canada’s greatest brands.

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Growling Tiger, Roaring Dragon

Growling Tiger, Roaring Dragon

September 2007

The economics editor of the Sunday Times provides a brilliant, clear-headed analysis of the global shift ...

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The Retail Game

The Retail Game

August 2007

An indispensable guide to the art and business of retailing showing owner-operators how to avoid pitfalls, ...

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Why Mexicans Don't Drink Molson

Why Mexicans Don't Drink Molson

April 2007

A scathing wake-up call castigating the timidity of Canadian companies in international markets, combining ...

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Blockbusters and Trade Wars

Blockbusters and Trade Wars

March 2005

The unparalleled global distribution of books, television programs and other cultural products would ...

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